This is a great tool that you can use for any of your projects. Simply divide up the space you’d like to use your site into three equal areas and then select any or all of the divs you’ve created. Once you have the divs placed, you can simply drag and drop them from the dropdown menu. This is so simple, you can do it in a matter of seconds, and your pages will look way better than they ever did before.
I have a website that’s pretty much the same size as my page. I don’t think this is a show stopper, but it is a bit of a pain. I usually just use a divmod plugin to help me divide up my space. The downside is that though the plugin works, you can’t edit your links in the plugin, so I just use a few CSS rules to make my links look nice.
Divmod is another simple plugin that is pretty much the same as the one I mentioned earlier. The only thing that is different is that it lets you edit your links. Divmod also doesn’t give you the ability to edit your links from the plugin. Instead, you must modify your CSS rules, and that’s a bit of a pain.
Personally I like Divmod, but I see it as just another plugin. You have to modify your CSS rules to make your links look nice, but I can see how Divmod could be the same.
But if you’re not on that one and you’d like others to use it, then I’ve got no problem.
Divmod is one of those things where it doesnt get a lot of traffic, but it gets a lot of use from me and my wife. Like a lot of things Divmod gets used in, it is very useful for building sites that are meant to be shared.
Ive seen Divmod used in a few different ways, from a simple site that you share with your friends and family, to sites that are more involved. The thing is that this plugin is specifically meant for making websites look professional. If you are building a fancy site, you are going to want to use some fancy css tricks. But if youre building a site that is not fancy, or is not meant to be shared, you might want to just use Divmod.
Divmod is a plugin that allows you to add css classes to any HTML element. You can then target the element with the class and make it appear inline, or you can just set the class and make it display:none. In fact, this is the way you can make a simple “about” page look professional, or a “contact” page look professional.